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About PM1D System Software V1.70
PM1D system software V1.70 includes the following additions and changes from V1.62.
● Support for LMY2-MLAB/LMY4-MLF cards
LMY2-MLAB/LMY4-MLF cards can now be recog-
nized, and AI8-ML8AB/AI8-ML8F units can now be
selected. In conjunction with this, the INPUT UNIT
screen now operates as follows.
Operation in the INPUT UNIT screen
• When an LMY2-MLAB card is detected, the param-
eter display will be the same as for the LMY2-ML.
When an LMY4-MLF card is detected, the gain ad-
justment knob (+10 to –68 dB, steps of 1 dB), +48V
button (phantom power on/off), and ø button (phase
reversal on/off) for each channel will be displayed.
• If you want to make virtual connections so that eight
LMY2-MLAB or LMY4-MLF cards are installed in
an AI8 input unit, click the UNIT SELECT button to
open the UNIT SELECT window. In this window,
clicking the AI8-ML8AB button will specify virtual
connections in which eight LMY2-MLAB boards are
installed in the AI8, and clicking the AI8-ML8F but-
ton will specify virtual connections in which eight
LMY4-MLF boards are installed in the AI8.
• If you want to virtually connect an LMY2-MLAB or
LMY4-MLF to an AI8 input unit, click the card as-
signment button for the corresponding slot to open
the CARD SELECT window. In this window, click-
ing the LMY2-MLAB button will virtually connect
the LMY2-MLAB to the selected slot, and clicking
the LMY4-MLF button will virtually connect the
LMY4-MLF to the selected slot.
● Automatic correction of input from an LMY4-
MLF card
Because signal processing on the LMY4-MLF card is
nineteen samples ahead of other two-channel cards, a
nineteen-sample delay is now automatically inserted
into the input channel in order to match the input sig-
nal timing from other cards. This is valid only when
the LMY4-MLF is assigned to an input channel. An
"LMY4-MLF AUTO DELAY CORRECTION" option
has been added to the INPUT UNIT screen to turn
this function on/off.
Note:
• Automatic correction is not applied if the signal is assigned
to the insert-in of an input channel, MIX channel, STEREO
channel, or MATRIX channel.
• Automatic correction is not applied to the MIX SEND signal
if the MIX SEND POINT is PRE EQ.
• Automatic correction is not applied if the DIRECT OUT
POINT is PRE EQ.
• Automatic correction is not applied if the signal is assigned
to SUB IN, MONITOR DIRECT IN, or COMM IN.
● VARI PAN LINK HOLD function added to the
GLOBAL PASTE screen and CH COPY screen
Until now, using the Global Paste function to paste only
the PAN/BAL or SEND parameter caused VARI PAN
LINK to be forcibly defeated. However, V1.70 adds a
VARI PAN LINK HOLD button that lets you specify
whether VARI PAN LINK will be maintained when you
paste the PAN/BAL or SEND parameter. This button
can be operated only if the PAN/BAL button or SEND
button is turned on in the PARAMETER SELECT area
of the GLOBAL PASTE screen.
Note:
• When you paste the SEND parameter, the PAN parameter
of MIX SEND will not be pasted if VARI PAN LINK HOLD is
on and the paste-destination's VARI PAN LINK is on. If VARI
PAN LINK HOLD is off, the paste-destination's VARI PAN
LINK will be turned off, and the PAN parameter of MIX SEND
will also be pasted.
• When you paste the PAN/BAL parameter, the PAN/BAL pa-
rameter will be pasted to the PAN of MIX SEND if VARI PAN
LINK HOLD is on and the paste-destination's VARI PAN LINK
is on. If VARI PAN LINK HOLD is off, the paste-destination's
VARI PAN LINK will be turned off, and the PAN parameter
of MIX SEND will not be pasted.
• Similarly, a VARI PAN LINK HOLD button has also been
added to the CH COPY screen.
● Time code event correction
When scenes are being recalled via time code, there are
situations in which (depending on the content of the
scene) recall is not possible if recall is specified at an
interval shorter than three frames, even if scene recall
is occurring no more frequently than five scenes within
three seconds. If a message of "TIME CODE: EVENT
RECALL SKIPPED!" is displayed when the time code
event is executed, try increasing the recall interval
slightly. In addition, if scene data has become inter-
nally fragmented due to scene deletions or library store
operations, recall operations may be slower than five
scenes per three seconds. If you want to improve the
response, use SELECT ALL to save the data to a
memory card, upload the CS1D screen software once
again, and then load the data file you saved.
U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation
© 2004 Yamaha Corporation

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